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Newspaper Wins Top National Honors

Newspaper Wins Top National Honors

Louis (Woody) Jenkins, editor and publisher of the Central City News and Capital City News was on hand in Phoenix, AZ, at the National Newspaper Association’s 127th Annual Convention to accept one of the organization’s top awards for 2013 The Central City News received the General Excellence Award as one of the Top 4 community [...]

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Jolie Rae Koppenol

Jolie Rae Koppenol

Jerry (Rudy) and Kacie (Brummel) Koppenol of Watson are Proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Jolie Rae. She was born on August 23, 2013 at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge at 4:08 p.m. She weighed eight pounds, five ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. She was welcomed by her grandparents, Kenneth and [...]

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Mr. and Mrs. John Culmone Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. John Culmone Celebrate 50th Anniversary

John and Barbara Culmone of Greenwell Springs celebrated their 50th anniversary on Nov. 28, 2013, with a traditional family dinner. The couples five children and their spouses, Joey and Tammy Culmone, Sheri and David Lindsey, Michael and Angela Culmone, Bobby and Traci Culmone, Johnny and Melissa Culmone along with their nine grandchildren and one great [...]

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The Arnolds Celebrate 50 Years

The Arnolds Celebrate 50 Years

Robert and Janet Arnold celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, November 16, 2013 with a dinner party at Drusilla Seafood Restaurant. The celebration was hosted by the couple’s two sons and their spouses; Robert Jr. and Stacy Arnold, of Central; and Tim and Melissa Arnold of Central. Also in attendance at the party were [...]

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Crosstown Busing Still in Full Swing

Crosstown Busing Still in Full Swing

Some people in Baton Rouge think that when the U.S. Department of Justice ended its consent order over public schools in East Baton Rouge Parish that busing in the parish also ended.  But busing has not ended. Case in point: Woodlawn Middle School. The East Baton Rouge Parish School Board — not the federal courts [...]

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Community Leaders Are Optimistic

Community Leaders Are Optimistic

An Historic Year for New City of St. George Norman Browning, organizer of the movement to incorporate the City of St. George and local business owner, said, “First, I would like to personally thank the many people who work tirelessly toward the City of St. George incorporation effort.  This would not be remotely possible if [...]

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Herman Cain Coming To Speak for Dietzel

Herman Cain Coming To Speak for Dietzel

Former presidential candidate Herman Cain will headline the 2014 Campaign Kickoff for Congressional Candidate Paul Dietzel at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 17.  Dietzel is running for the open 6th congressional district seat currently held by U.S. Representative Bill Cassidy. The event is free at The Renaissance, 7000 Bluebonnet Boulevard.

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Voters Face Important Choices in 2014

Voters Face Important Choices in 2014

Politics will dominate much of the news during 2014 as the nation goes to the polls in a number of important elections.  Louisiana will be in the spotlight because one of the most important races will be for the U. S. Senate seat currently being held by Sen. Mary Landrieu. Landrieu is considered one of [...]

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People in St. George Pay for a City Now, Just Not Their City

People in St. George Pay for a City Now, Just Not Their City

Mayor-President Kip Holden condemned supporters of the proposed City of St. George before the Baton Rouge Rotary Club Wednesday.  Even though more than 10,000 people have signed the St. George petitions, they are just “a small group who wants to divide us,” he said. Then he poured out a litany of carefully crafted cliches designed [...]

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Thousands to March for Life Jan. 18 at 12

Thousands to March for Life Jan. 18 at 12

Thousands of supporters of the right to life are expected to gather at 12 noon on Saturday, Jan. 18 for the annual Louisiana Life March from the Old State Capitol to the new State Capitol.  The event is sponsored by the Catholic bishops, the Louisiana Baptist Convention, and other pro-life organizations.

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